SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) February 06, 2020
All proceeds go directly to support the mission of Alabaster Jar Project (AJP), which is to assist women who have survived human trafficking & sexual exploitation in reclaiming their lives.
AJP is comprised of two main programs:
1) Grace House, which is a long-term residential home that houses up to six women;
2) A Resource Center that provides tangible needs of clothing, toiletries, community resources and a peer-led support group.
“Grace House has given me a chance to start over. The leaders of Alabaster Jar Project have given me the grace to learn from my mistakes and grow into the best me that I never thought I could be. I honestly don’t know where I would be if I wasn’t given this chance at my future. Thank you!” -D.N., Survivor of Human Trafficking
•There are about 3,417 to 8,108 trafficking victims per year in San Diego county.
About Alabaster Jar Project:
In response to the need for residential programs for survivors of human trafficking, the Church at Rancho Bernardo was instrumental in launching Alabaster Jar Project. Since its inception, AJP has helped over 300 survivors of trafficking and is committed to the long-term transformation of these women. Alabaster Jar Project is a 501(c)(3)foundation established in 2013 in San Diego, CA. The mission of Alabaster Jar Project is to empower women who have survived human trafficking & sexual exploitation in reclaiming their lives.